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DXMJ-TV (GMA TV-5 Davao)
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Davao City
Branding GMA TV-5 Davao
GMA Southern Mindanao
Slogan Tibuok Kasingkasing Alang sa Kapuso
Channels Analog: 5 (VHF)
Digital: 37 (UHF) (ISDB-T) (test broadcast)
Virtual: 5 (LCN)
Subchannels 5.01: GMA
5.02: GMA News TV (DXRA-TV)
5.03: GMA (1seg)
Affiliations GMA Network
Owner GMA Network Inc.
Founded December 25, 1962
Call letters' meaning DX
Jimenez (former chairman)
Sister station(s) DXRA-TV (GMA News TV)
Former callsigns DXMT-TV (1962-1972)
Former channel number(s) 7 (1965-1994)
Former affiliations ABC (1962-1972)
Transmitter power 50.000 Watts (287.5 kilowatts)
Website GMA Network Portal

DXMJ-TV, channel 5, is an owned and operated VHF originating station of Philippine television network GMA Network. Its studios and transmitter are located at GMA Complex, Shrine Hills, Matina, Davao City.

GMA TV-5 Davao current programs[edit]

Red: Home location of GMA Davao
Light red and red: Market audience of GMA Davao
Violet: Areas that may receive signals from GMA Davao

GMA TV-5 Davao previously aired programs[edit]

Digital television[edit]

Digital channels[edit]

UHF Channel 37 (611.143 MHz)

Channel Video Aspect PSIP Short Name Programming Note
05.01 480i 4:3 GMA GMA Davao Test broadcast
05.02 GNTV GMA News TV
05.03 240p 4:3 GMA1SEG GMA Davao 1seg 1seg broadcast

Relay stations[edit]

Station Location Channels ERP
DXLX-TV Cagayan de Oro 35 (UHF) 10 kW
DXBG-TV General Santos 8 (VHF) 50 kW
DXLA-TV Zamboanga City 9 (VHF) 10 kW
DXMC-TV Cotabato City 12 (VHF) 5 kW
DXLS-TV Jolo, Sulu 12 (VHF) 5 kW
DXXT-TV Dipolog 4 (VHF) 5 kW
DXEJ-TV Pagadian 3 (VHF) 5 kW (10 kW ERP)
DXXR-TV Mount Kitanglad, Bukidnon 12 (VHF) 2 kW
DXRV-TV Iligan 11 (VHF) 5 kW
DXGM-TV Ozamiz 5 (VHF) 5 kW
DXSB-TV[1] Butuan 26 (UHF) 5 kW
DXXA-TV Surigao City 10 (VHF) 5 kW
DXRC-TV Tandag 2 (VHF) 5 kW

See also[edit]